A color photograph of a group of about 20 individuals sitting together on some grass at Dolores Park in San Francisco during the Trans March of 2018. There are info booth tents and a crowd of people roaming in the background.

How SF’s Deaf Queer Resource Center Is Filling Gaps in Accessibility, Especially During COVID-19

The Deaf Queer Resource Center has been a leader in providing resources read more »
Three men at the Oakland LGBTQ Community Center, sitting behind a table with packaged food and other supplies.

How Bay Area LGBTQ Organizations Are Providing Direct Relief During COVID-19

The Oakland LGBTQ Community Center, ready to provide food and supplies to read more »
A community safety volunteer stands in front of a crowd of APIENC members marching

How These Queer and Trans API Activists Are Keeping Their Community Safe

API Equality - Northern California, a Horizons grantee partner, trains volunteers to read more »
Bella Aldama reads to a crowd of children and adults

How Drag Queen Story Hour Builds Community in the Northeast Bay

Horizons’ grantee partner Rainbow Community Center is meeting a major need – read more »
St. James Infirmary

The Naughty Nurse Mobile Is Saving Trans Lives in the SF Bay Area

This clinic-on-wheels for sex workers is an innovative, community-derived outreach strategy that read more »
Curry Senior Center

The Bridge That Calls Us Together

The purpose of the podcast is to reach out to those who read more »
Queer Ancestors Project

A Conversation with Queer Ancestor’s Project

The Queer Ancestor’s Project is an annual free 18-week workshop for LGBTQ read more »